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Featuring the outstanding facilities and recreational professionals at UC Davis, Youth Programs offers a diverse range of high quality camps, classes, trips and swimming lessons for youth up to age 18. Participants may enhance their creativity in the well-equipped Craft Center, learn about teamwork and fitness at the air-conditioned ARC, improve their swimming skills at the Rec Pool, enhance their knowledge through exciting education enrichment programs or learn valuable cooking and nutrition skills. Our staff is comprised of highly qualified UC Davis students who are passionate about making this summer an exciting one for your kids.

Summer 2015 Youth Programs Guide Cover

The Summer 2015 Youth Programs Guide is now available for download.

Registration for Youth Programs Summer 2015 is Ongoing

There are still spots left in some of our camps! You can register until the camp fills, or the Friday before the camp starts if it doesn't fill. Check our Online Store to see which camps are still available.

New for 2015: Healthy Lunch Options!

Youth Programs has teamed up with SmartBite to offer convenient and healthy lunch options for Youth Programs participants. SmartBite is a Davis school lunch provider dedicated to improving the quality of lunch programs in Davis for school-age children. They deliver food that is cooked fresh everyday without any artificial additives. Parents can use the online application on the SmartBite site (see below) to order food for any day during their child’s camp. For more information on SmartBite or to sign up, visit:

Status of Bowling Camps 2015

We will not be offering our Bowling Camp for summer 2015 due to the renovation of the Memorial Union (MU) Games Area, which is a part of the larger Memorial Union Renewal Project. The project includes a comprehensive renovation of the Memorial Union in staged, sequential phases of construction, and as part of the first phase, the MU Games Area will be closed for construction. To learn more about the Memorial Union Renewal Project, visit the project webpage.